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That’s all? Well, I suppose you’re not totally dialed in yet. 48.9 if you multiply by 10, that’s about your crank horsepower. So, 490 crank horsepower. I am told the stock turbos on your 2019 can flow up to 60 lb/min. Sounds like you have a lot more power to gain!
Don't know anything about that at all....... I would venture to say the only true way is to get it on a dyno after its all dialed in

And as I mentioned before, boostking will remote in as he suspects there is an issue with the configuration and PIDS not reading all the time and/or not accurate if I understood his email correctly.

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Don't know anything about that at all....... I would venture to say the only true way is to get it on a dyno after its all dialed in

And as I mentioned before, boostking will remote in as he suspects there is an issue with the configuration and PIDS not reading all the time and/or not accurate if I understood his email correctly.

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Awesome, we’ll that explains it. 48.9 seems a bit low especially for your truck being on e50, so I bet you have more power than that.
 
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Awesome, we’ll that explains it. 48.9 seems a bit low especially for your truck being on e50, so I bet you have more power than that.
On the line with Brett today, he remoted in and selected certain PIDs that the newer trucks won't record properly. I asked him about reading the logs and he set my livelink up different, So the last data log revision 3, that I indicated was 48.9, was actually 51.98...

So after he set it up, went out for another log and sent it off. Same as the number (51,98) was 51.97.... That is revision 3, so now revision 4 he will be turning it up some.... So the log is sent off and now I wait for his revision, revision 4!!!!!

What does the 51.97/8 compute to?
 

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On the line with Brett today, he remoted in and selected certain PIDs that the newer trucks won't record properly. I asked him about reading the logs and he set my livelink up different, So the last data log revision 3, that I indicated was 48.9, was actually 51.98...

So after he set it up, went out for another log and sent it off. Same as the number (51,98) was 51.97.... That is revision 3, so now revision 5 he will be turning it up some.... So the log is sent off and now I wait for his revision, revision 4!!!!!

What does the 51.97/8 compute to?
Oh geez, that’s more like it.

Well, multiply that by 10, and that’s your approximate crank horsepower, so 520 crank approximately, however, since you’re running ethanol, your timing is high, and that equates to more wheel horsepower, so airflow is ball park. Your horsepower is probably a bit more than 520. But that’s about 440 wheel horse. I’m betting you have a ways to go still power wise.

Do any of the more smart 3.5 guys know, is it possible to get 500whp on e50 with stock turbos?
 

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Isn’t the most accurate way the track over dyno?


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A dyno will tell you your exact horsepower, but airflow is a good estimate if you multiply it by 10.
 
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Alright, about to load the next revision from BoostKing...... This is Rev 4, so he has indicated time to turn it up and introduce some additional timing/boost along with some torq management changes ///////

Out to load the tune and have a drink while I wait!!!
 

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Alright, about to load the next revision from BoostKing...... This is Rev 4, so he has indicated time to turn it up and introduce some additional timing/boost along with some torq management changes ///////

Out to load the tune and have a drink while I wait!!!
I too am loading a tune and about to go for a drive to datalog it.
 

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I too am loading a tune and about to go for a drive to datalog it.
My drive will have to wait until the commute in the morning..... One drink led to two led to the wife coming out with another to sit in the front yard and enjoy the sunset..........
 

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My drive will have to wait until the commute in the morning..... One drink led to two led to the wife coming out with another to sit in the front yard and enjoy the sunset..........
Ah.
My drive was fun and wild. Made more power cuz it’s dark and cooler, but it hit a torque limit and threw an underboost wrench. Lots of things To work on in the tune still.
 

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Ah.
My drive was fun and wild. Made more power cuz it’s dark and cooler, but it hit a torque limit and threw an underboost wrench. Lots of things To work on in the tune still.
A little work, just something to look forward to....
 

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Tune revision update, I have not hammered it yet, its been 103 degrees and not the best conditions..... I will try to get some early morning logs in before it gets hot on my commute to work....
 

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Tune revision update, I have not hammered it yet, its been 103 degrees and not the best conditions..... I will try to get some early morning logs in before it gets hot on my commute to work....
Yeah… it’s been raining here, and I thought I could punch it on wet roads going 50mph. I didn’t think I would break the tires loose, but it fish-tailed and I had to back out of it. Traction control was on too…
 

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Yeah… it’s been raining here, and I thought I could punch it on wet roads going 50mph. I didn’t think I would break the tires loose, but it fish-tailed and I had to back out of it. Traction control was on too…
Um well my gen 1 stock tune does that. Be careful on those wet roads !
 

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Um well my gen 1 stock tune does that. Be careful on those wet roads !
Way to ruin the my awesome sounding comment haha.

Wow. Well, I don’t recall my stock tune doing that, but I guess I never did try it.
 

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Um well my gen 1 stock tune does that. Be careful on those wet roads !
Yup, the rear end on these trucks get squirrely real fast when wet
 

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Way to ruin the my awesome sounding comment haha.

Wow. Well, I don’t recall my stock tune doing that, but I guess I never did try it.
Still sounded mean.
 

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Also, seems like All Terrain vs All Season are more slippery on wet pavement.
 
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